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June 17, 2024
Mexico City Airport is saturated… again. What does it mean?

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On Thursday evening, the Mexican government issued a filing stating that both terminals at the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) are saturated again. Does this signal an amazing recovery from the airline industry in the country or a more potentially troublesome issue related to the new Felipe Angeles International Airport (NLU) that will be opened in just a couple of weeks? 

Saturated again

The Mexican government first announced the saturation of MEX back in September 2014. The airport had just received 34 million passengers back then, surpassing the original limit of around 32 million. 

On Thursday evening, the Mexican government issued a filing stating that both terminals at the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) are saturated again. Does this signal an amazing recovery from the airline industry in the country or a more potentially troublesome issue related to the new Felipe Angeles International Airport (NLU) that will be opened in just a couple of weeks? 


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Daniel Martínez Garbuno
Daniel Martínez Garbuno is a Mexican journalist. He has specialized in the air industry working mainly for A21, a Mexican media outlet focused entirely on the aviation world. He has also published on other sites like Simple Flying, Roads & Kingdoms, Proceso, El Economista, Buzos de la Noticia, Contenido, and Notimex.